Howdy all. Yep, Andrew is getting all thoughtful for today’s blog. What country am I discussing today? It’s the good ol’ US of A. Why? Well, today is the 4th of July, Independence Day, the day when Will Smith and Bill Pullman save the world! And that Labrador jumps from an exploding tunnel for the …
A real humdinger match up this week with New York City taking on Rio de Janeiro to see which of these makes the quarter finals of City Rumble!
Yes, today I give you some tips on travelling the States from a non-American perspective, so please join me!
This week we head stateside to see a city from the west coast in San Francisco do battle with the nation's capital - Washington DC. Who will win the battle and be declared the best city to visit?
Would you/have you stayed in a Trump Hotel? Are they worth the price they charge? And what are they like inside and out? Let's check it out!
Two amazing cities this week will go head to head to see which is best for the visitor. It's City Rumble - New York City versus Rome!
It was a long time ago now that I visited the American capital, Washington DC. And it was a memorable few days!
Well here in Australia it is November the 3rd, although over in the ol’ US of A it’s not quite. But that does depend on when you are reading this post I guess! I must admit that I find myself drawn to politics, not so much from position of really liking one candidate or party, but just from an interest in the process and what the result will/could mean for not only America but indeed the entire world.
Okay so today's challenge - you've got two days and a maximum of $200USD. What do you do? What do you see? See what I reckon in one of the world's most brilliant cities!
I don’t seem to write much about my travels in the US of A. It’s been an awful long time since I was there – 2004. It’s a place that certainly warrants a return at some point, but I’m just so interested in so many different places to visit in the world, and most of …